Match Details

DC vs SW 14th Match, ILT20 2024

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SW
105-113.1
Sharjah Warriors won by 9 wickets 🏆
DC
18.2104-10
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11th Over:
0
1
1
1
0
0
 
= 3
12th Over:
1
6
1
2
0
1
 
= 11
Last Over:
1
4
0
1
1
0
 
= 7
This Over:
1
 
= 1
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Player of the Match

Maheesh Theekshana
4/20
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Maheesh Theekshana Jersy
R(B)4S6SSR
23 (16)43 (33)3 4 1 1 143.75 130.30
P'ship : 35(29)
Last Wkt :   Niroshan Dickwella 37(30)
BowlerR Akif
W-ROversEcon
0-201.1 17.14
SWSW - 2nd Innings
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6 Over 4756
10 Over 8883
DCDC - 1st Innings
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6 Over 5035
10 Over 6650
15 Over 8683
20 Over 122104

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That is an end to our live coverage as well. Hope you all enjoyed it. For now, I am AkshayaKrishna Polya, your text commentator, signing off on behalf of my scorer/analyst, Yogesh Kumar. We will meet again in the next game. Until then, it's cheers!
Maheesh Theekshana (POTM): "After the powerplay, I just wanted to bowl more dot balls. Watt bowled really well and made my job easier. The surface was a bit slower than yesterday, got better for me. We have got experienced players and we are performing well as a team. In Abu Dhabi, I have bowled in the T10s and the 2021 World Cup as well. I know a bit about it and lets see how it fares out."
Maheesh Theekshana is the PLAYER OF THE MATCH.
Tom Kohler-Cadmore (Sharjah Warriors Captain): "The guys were brilliant with the ball, made our job easier. The locals are really learning, building confidence for us on how to bowl and where to bowl. This isn't the easiest place to play spin, and to have someone who can bowl three overs in the Powerplay is brilliant. He gave us the chance to bowl Maheesh throughout the middle as well. Theekshana was brilliant in the middle overs. Everyone's chipping in; just about finding consistency. Sams is okay, but he will get scanned but he seems optimistic. We will have a good rest and one training day before we go out there to Abu Dhabi."
David Warner (Dubai Capitals Captain): "Yeah, we should not be going this way. Poor with the bat, all of us are counted in the poor batting. Need to be better with the bat. Obviously, it was a tough pitch to bat on. They bowled well. We are going to Dubai next up and it's a different condition out there. We head back to the drawing room and need to make amends for our mistakes. We were more conservative with our approach; we needed to be free and brave. We are going out to the golf course, and it's a relax day tomorrow."
Biggest Six of the Match: Sikandar Raza for his 95m.
Johnson Charles: "Yeah, happy with the win. A quality performance set-up by the bowlers. You need to assess the conditions and adjust yourself. No, no, there is plenty to come from me."
10:47 PM IST and 21:17 Local Time: Complete dominance from Sharjah Warriors as they thump Dubai Capitals by 9 wickets with 41 balls to spare!

Maheesh Theekshana (4-0-20-4) and Daniel Sams (4-0-28-3) bowled magical spells with good support from Mark Watt (4-0-15-1) and Muhammad Jawadullah (3-0-19-1), helped the Warriors knock over the Capitals for just 104 in 18.2 overs.

Niroshan Dickwella (37 off 30) and Johnson Charles (43* off 33) went honkers and bonkers to leave Dubai Capitals plenty to ponder about, adding 70 runs for the opening wicket. Haider Ali, who made his debut, bowled a brilliant spell and picked up the lone wicket to fall, dismissing Dickwella. Joe Denly (23* off 16) came in and did the formalities along with Charles as the Warriors thumped the Capitals in a one-sided affair!
13.1 R Akif to J Charles
1 Over the wicket, short and way down the leg side, Charles, on the back foot, swivels and helps it on its way down to deep fine leg for a single! That's the winning runs for the Warriors! They thrash Dubai Capitals by 9 wickets!
Akif comes back into the attack.
OVER 13
Sharjah Warriors
104/1
Joe Denly
23(16)
Johnson Charles
42(32)
Haider Ali I
1-21(4.0)
12.6 H Ali to J Denly
0 Tossed up, a low full toss around off, Denly drives it hard but straight to Warner at short extra cover. Haider Ali ends up with an excellent spell on his debut.
12.5 H Ali to J Charles
1 Full, at the off-stump, driven to long-off for a single. The Scores are Level now!
12.4 H Ali to J Denly
1 Flighted delivery at the stumps. Comes down the pitch and drives it to long-off for a single.
12.3 H Ali to J Denly
0 Good length at the off-stump, opens the bat face and pushes it to point. No run.
12.2 H Ali to J Denly
4 FOURRRRR!!! Just one hit away now are the Warriors! 100 up for them with this four. Shorter and outside off. Denly rocks back and cuts it behind square in the off-side for a boundary.
12.1 H Ali to J Charles
1 Around the wicket, low full toss at the off-stump, pushed to wide long-off for one.
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